None of the Above!

In an age when so many of us centerists have no one to vote for, I propose an alternative: write in “none of the above”.

I may sound like Rodney King, but I can’t understand why we can’t just get along. Too many idiots have gotten their grubby hands on our political parties – it’s even worse at the state level. This country needs leaders, and neither candidate with a chance of winning fits the bill.  “None of the Above” seems to be the best alternative. If our political parties have a few brain cells between them, a little popular disgust may wake them up.

Bah, who am I kidding?


#1 l3wis on 08.19.08 at 3:39 pm

I agree with you, I may vote for Nader just so I feel better about the whole election, but of course, I would be excommunicated from the church of liberalism.

#2 bobbi on 08.20.08 at 6:25 am

what’s really effective is when you centrists know how to spell what you are!

even though the spelling is a bit off, i agree with the sentiment.

#3 Ghost of Dude on 08.20.08 at 8:13 am

Spelling, schmelling.

I may write in Johnathan “the Impaler” Sharkey of the Vampyre party. He’s a guy we can all get behind, just don’t bring any garlic into the Oval Office…

#4 l3wis on 08.20.08 at 9:07 am

Bobbi, you are a graphic designer NOT a English Prof, get off my case. Tah-hee.

#5 bobbi on 08.20.08 at 10:02 am

i am also a past 8th grade spelling champ for brookings middle school – argus leader spelling contest.

yeah. i’m multi-talented 🙂

#6 l3wis on 08.20.08 at 11:22 am

It’s just too bad none of the jokalists at the Gargoyle Leader can spell, or write, or blog for that matter.

#7 l3wis on 08.20.08 at 11:23 am

. . . Oh, and I bet Cooked Rabbit could beat you a Bible Trivia.

#8 Ghost of Dude on 08.20.08 at 11:54 am

I’ve noticed many writers at the Arrgh Leader like to split their infinitives. It seems to really be a popular thing there.


#9 l3wis on 08.20.08 at 12:35 pm